Chem, a sister journal to Cell, provides a home for seminal and insightful research and showcases how fundamental studies in chemistry and its sub-disciplines may help in finding potential solutions to the global challenges of tomorrow.
Introducing a distinctive new energy journal from Cell Press
A home for ground-breaking energy research, Joule, launching in 2017, is a forward-looking journal that bridges scales and disciplines.
Like other Cell Press journals, Joule is led by an experienced editor-in-chief, Phillip Earis, and guided by an illustrious advisory board of leaders in the field.
Joule gives authors unparalleled visibility and a connecting point for insights that stimulate new thinking and sparks new ideas for the benefit of society.
Trends in Biotechnology publishes reviews and perspectives on the applied biological sciences: useful science applied to, derived from, or inspired by living systems.
The major themes that TIBTECH is interested in include
Bioprocessing (biochemical engineering, applied enzymology, industrial biotechnology, biofuels, metabolic engineering)
- Omics (genome editing, single-cell technologies, bioinformatics, synthetic biology)
Materials and devices (bionanotechnology, biomaterials, diagnostics/imaging/detection, soft robotics, biosensors/bioelectronics)
Therapeutics (biofabrication, stem cells, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, antibodies and other protein drugs, drug delivery)
Agroenvironment (environmental engineering, bioremediation, genetically modified crops, sustainable development)
We particularly seek articles that are relevant to more than one of these themes. Additionally, we welcome articles on law and intellectual property, policy and regulation, bioethics, scientific communication, and the economics of biotechnology.
Trends in Chemistry represents a new global platform for discussion of significant and transformative concepts in all phases of chemistry. Undoubtedly, uncovering new frontiers in chemistry will have significant impact on many of the imposing challenges facing our world today. The journal offers readable, multidisciplinary Review, Opinion, and short articles that are thoughtfully designed to keep students and leading scientists alike updated on the most pressing issues in the field.
iScience publishes basic and applied research that advances a specific field across life, physical, and earth sciences. It's an open access journal with continuous publication, so research is immediately accessible. Our no-nonsense approach to submissions is simple, fast, and fair, and our commitment to integrity means we publish transparent methods, replication studies, and negative results.
Matter is a new journal from Cell Press that seeks to publish transformative research across the breadth of Materials Science. Matter covers all aspects of materials, from nano to macro, fundamentals to application. Recognizing that materials and materials development facilitate technologies bridging multiple disciplines, Matter will embrace all significant advances in materials through full-length research articles and topical reviews, encompassing both the unknown and the innovative. While still stressing fundamental science, Matter will attempt to explicitly highlight the stage of material development, thereby contextualizing potential impact, from concept to societal usage. Matter will also engage the materials community, via thought-provoking opinion pieces and solicited editorials
One Earth, a sister journal to Cell, publishes significant original research across the full spectrum of global environmental change and sustainability science, uniting research from the natural, social and applied sciences that seeks to identify and understand:
- The drivers, mechanisms and long-term context of global environmental change.
- The Earth system’s planetary boundaries, thresholds and tipping points.
- Means to sustainably develop Earth’s natural assets and ecosystem services.
- Transformative social, political, economic and technological pathways towards a sustainable and equitable future.
One Earth further facilitates cross-community dialogue through the publication of opinion pieces, review articles, educational resources and discussions, surfacing different perspectives on topics of socio-environmental importance.
eTransportation focuses on advancing knowledge in all modes of transportation which use electricity as a main source of energy, including electric vehicles, electric trains, electric ships and electrical aircrafts. The journal covers all stages of research, development and testing of new technologies, systems and devices within the field of application of electrical transportation. Simulation and analysis tools will be very welcome at system level, transport level or device level.